How much did a pint of beer cost in 1970 UK?

With the benefit of 34 years' hindsight, life in 1970 appears to have been ludicrously cheap.

How much was a pint of beer 1971 UK?

In 1971 a pint of beer cost 15p, which is the equivalent of £2.21 today.

How much was a pint of beer 1973 UK?

It may be hard to believe at a time when a pint costs around £2.87, but in 1973 you would only have to shell out 14 pence for one, according to Lloyds Bank's analysis of Office for National Statistics figures.


How much was a pint of cider in 1970?

With the benefit of 34 years' hindsight, life in 1970 appears to have been ludicrously cheap.

How much was a pint of bitter in 1971?

A pint of bitter then costing 5 to 9 pence depending on strength and UK location. up to 2/3d (11.25p) in a lounge bar, but only 1/9d (8.75p) in the average public bar. By 1971 the average National UK wage (for men) was £28 per week. One hour's work would buy 5.6 pints.


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How much was a pint of beer in 1976?

In 1976, the average house price was £12,704. The average wage was £72 a week. A pint of beer cost 32p.

How much was a pint of beer in 1975?

A pint of lager in a local pub was 20p, while a pack of cigarettes cost 20p for 20.

How much did a pint of beer cost in 1960 UK?

The average house price was £2,530 while a pint of beer cost 8p, a loaf of bread 5p and a packet of 20 cigarettes would set you back just less than 25p. A season ticket to see Manchester United in 1960, when Sir Matt Busby was manager and Sir Bobby Charlton a star player, cost £8.50.

How much did a pint of beer cost in 1980 UK?

While Britons got by on an average wage of £6,000 (the equivalent of about £19,000 today), petrol cost 28p a litre (90p), a pint of beer was 35p (£1.10), a loaf of bread 33p (£1.10) and a pint of milk 17p (54p).


How much did a car cost in 1970 UK?

It wasn't always like this. In 1970, a Silver Shadow would have cost £9,272 in old money, the equivalent of £144,509 in new money.